Intel committed to MeeGo? Teases MeeGo smartphone and tablet
Friday's Elopocalypse left Intel practically alone on the MeeGo front, as the OS will only be used for market exploration in Nokia, but nevertheless Intel still seems committed to it. A gigantic poster at MWC depicting a MeeGo smartphone and tablet proved that commitment.
And even just this sneak peak of the future devices allows enough room for guesses. The first thing you notice for MeeGo is the multiple home screen panes. The left side of the tablet version holds three tabs from the browser – a great decision for fast switching and true multitasking when browsing. In the top right corner a video clip hints at the tablet's HD playback capabilities. The MeeGo layout on the yet unannounced smartphone looks similar, but of course smaller. So far we don't have any additional details, but stay tuned as MWC opens doors tomorrow and Intel will hopefully show the devices there.
1. guest (unregistered) posted on 13 Feb 2011, 12:28 1 2
See that nokia, MeeGo is not a NoGo. Too bad you left it behind in favor of WP7.
2. Shafeer posted on 13 Feb 2011, 13:13 2 2
You are clearly not very clever, Nokia will get lots of sales on windows phone 7 and just because intel is commited to meego doesnt mean that they are better than windows phone 7.
3. SemperFiV12 posted on 13 Feb 2011, 18:53 0 0
I agree, you cannot beat an up and coming OS backed by Microsoft. WP7 is already an AWESOME OS, with a committed bunch backing it up.